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CPE FREE Community Programs

At CPE, we believe that continuous learning and professional advancement are essential components of success. With great excitement, we announce the launch of our new initiative, the “Free Community Programs” project, aimed at providing accessible lifelong learning opportunities to everyone in our community. These programs will be hosted at the CPE center in Statesboro; best of all, they are entirely FREE!

Our inaugural program, on March 13, Sophia Harris-Johnson, CFEI, and owner of Exodus Credit Counseling, will lead a session on financial literacy titled “It’s Not What You Make, But How You Spend It.” Attendees will gain invaluable insights into managing finances wisely and making informed decisions about money.

Following that, “First Aid for Life,” will kick off on March 20. Led by Corporal Samuel Derr from Georgia Southern University’s Department of Public Safety, this session will delve into various aspects of emergency training, from minor to severe situations, ultimately enhancing your chances of survival.

CPE’s objective is to bring local experts to the forefront, offering educational sessions that cater to the needs and interests of our community members. Our lineup of topics will span from finance to self-defense and beyond. Moreover, we value your input! If you have a topic suggestion or would like to volunteer as a speaker for a particular class, please reach out to us at

To view our calendar of scheduled free community programs or to register for an upcoming session, please click here.


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